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Bva Hearing For Ptsd


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I finally have a chance to prove my claim on July !st. I now have a positive dx of sevice connected PTSD so it should go well. Wish me luck., thanks for all you do.

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I finally have a chance to prove my claim on July !st. I now have a positive dx of sevice connected PTSD so it should go well. Wish me luck., thanks for all you do.

stever,

No - I think at this point you have a positive diagnosis of PTSD - but keep in mind that a doctor does not have the authority to grant service connection.

You will not know if it is actually service connected until you receive a Rating Decision that grants it as service connected.

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I finally have a chance to prove my claim on July !st. I now have a positive dx of sevice connected PTSD so it should go well. Wish me luck., thanks for all you do.

Make sure you are totally prepared at the hearing. Have EVERYTHING you have available at your disposal. It is your chance to win or lose your claim.

Good luck,

Bergie

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stever,

No - I think at this point you have a positive diagnosis of PTSD - but keep in mind that a doctor does not have the authority to grant service connection.

You will not know if it is actually service connected until you receive a Rating Decision that grants it as service connected.

carlie

Thanks Carlie, My hearing went very well today, the judge gave me some favorable comments, but you're right, I'll only know when I get the decision

Stever

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Make sure you are totally prepared at the hearing. Have EVERYTHING you have available at your disposal. It is your chance to win or lose your claim.

Good luck,

Bergie

Bergie, Thanks, I was prepared today, I had all my paperwork with me. My hearing went very well, the judge did not have many questions, He gave me some indication that my claim would be accepted, so I hope that is a good sign.

Stever

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I have PTSD and shutter at the thought of having everything prepared!! I have trouble remembering what I am doing when I am doing it? Being prepared and getting things prepared is what has cost me my job and makes my bill paying late and just about everything.

I guess I am boder line incompendent.

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